Arctic Cooling has released its new Freezer Extreme heatsink:
The unique twin tower heatsink consists of 102 fins, which significantly increase the heat dissipation area to distribute massive amount of heat faster and more efficient. The 120mm PWM fan which combined with 8 heatpipes (4 double-sided) and the twin tower heatsink not only transfers heat from the CPU, but it also cools the RAM, north bridge and voltage regulators. Together with the pre-applied MX-2, the Freezer Xtreme offers performance far beyond stock coolers and achieves 160 Watts cooling capacity – an excellent thermal management that boosts overclocking to a new level.
The bigger the fan doesn’t mean the noisier the cooler will be. The 120mm fan of the Freezer Xtreme is equipped with low noise impeller and patented fan holder for quiet operation. Controlled by PWM signal, the fan runs just the necessary speed for lowest noise level at maximum cooling capacity. The result is outstanding – the Freezer Xtreme generates only 0.5 Sone at full load, much quieter than the standard and aftermarket coolers even with a bigger fan.
The Freezer Extreme has a 6-year limited warranty and will be available in July 2008 for $39.95 (25.95EUR).
Heatsink: 130L x 100W x 131H mm
Fan: 120mm x 1 fan
Fan speed: 800 – 1500 RPM (controlled by PWM)
Air flow: 35.7CFM / 60.7 m3/h
Compatibility: Intel Socket LGA 775 up to 160 Watts, AMD Socket AM2+, AM2 and 939 up to 160 Watts